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In 2012, 47% of law degrees were awarded to women, and women held 45% of the associate positions. Yet, only 4% of the managing partners in law firms across the United States were women. lthough the legal profession has some of the most progressive policies on the books, including lengthy maternity leaves and flex time schedules, the culture of the profession has yet to fully embrace the concepts. So we are left with the question: how do we remove this “maternal wall bias” from the legal profess
Corporate counsel often face the unenviable task of investigating their fellow employees. From NewsCorp and phone hacking to Penn State University, Mr. Maggiore-Anet applies the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, ABA Formal Ethics opinions, and applicable state and federal laws to these real-life situations.
Navigating the minefield of social media is difficult for employers. Ohio Employer Law Blogger Jon Hyman provides direction in these confusing times.
This class focuses on leaves of medical leaves of absence eligibility under FMLA, ADA, and PDA while also touching on USERA and leaves for religious observances.
Taught by nationally recognized labor lawyer and former NLRB trial attorney Janet Goldberg McEnery and moderated by labor law expert Andrew W. McLaughlin, this class presents a collection of interesting new developments in labor and employment law with particular focus on new and potential future developments at the National Labor Relations Board.
Join CLE and Vermont Law School for a lively conversation between Rebecca Purdom and Cheryl Hanna regaring wage equality and the Equal Pay Act. This course provides an overview of issues and recent equal pay cases, while offering practical practice points useful to any practioner.
The National Institute of Drug Abuse puts the cost of substance abuse to our nation at $600 billion in terms of crime, lost work productivity and health care. In the workplace, drug and alcohol testing laws and regulations change constantly, while laws regulating individual drug use are evolving from state to state at an unprecedented rate
Taught by a nationally recognized expert on the Affordable Care Act Andrew W. McLaughlin and moderated by nationally recognized labor law expert Janet Goldberg McEnery, this class covers the Affordable Care Act and how the new law will specifically impact labor lawyers.
With the expansion of the ADA under the Bush Administration a few years ago, the interplay between the ADA, FMLA, and key pieces of workplace regulation became much more complex and difficult to navigate. Using examples drawn from popular culture, our experts, Eric Meyer, Anna Will and Erin Galbally, will guide you through the best practices to use when facing a variety of challenges.
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In-house and outside counsel and attorneys in private practice will benefit from this thorough review of the ins and outs of non-competes and non-solicitation agreements.